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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889
LATE ADVERT R \ND Reopening Braithwaite’s Book y Arcade—LlO.OOO New Hock in all departments, The public cord ally invited to see the new pumices. I>OYb’ Melville Suits, Colonial Tweed, our f own make, 7s Gd to 17s 6d. Brown, Ewing, and Co. _____ OYS’~Jubilee Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 9s Gd to 21s. Brown, Ewing, and Co. BUOYS’ Patience SuTtsT Colonial Tweed, our ownmake,los6dto22aod, Brown, Ew'ng, at d Co. BOYS’ Tweed Overcoats, our own make, detached Cape, 15s Gd to 25s Gd. Brown, Ewing and Co. tiOYS’ Clothing.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. 9 make a special study of Juvenile Clothing. Heads of families will be pleased with the splendid araottment of Boys’ Garments, all our own make, genuine New Zealand Tweeds, YOUTHS’ Imperial Sac Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 25 1 to 37s 6d. Brown, Ewine, and Co. Y"’ OUTHb’ W. P. Coats, all sizes in stock, first-class value, 27s Gd to 40s. Brown, Ewing, and Co. YOUTHS’ Colonial Tweed Ovet coats, our own make, detached Cape, 17s Gd to 27s Gd Brown, Ewing, and Co. PICUL "Job” line of Men’s Waterproof Coats. 03 Coats in all, various patterns ; clearing price, 21s each, Without doubt the cheapest W.P. Coat in the trade. Drown, Ewir g, and Ce. MRS GILL has now opened a Manufacturer’s Stock of Ladies’ Underclothing, bought job. Will be sold IKhS than Half-price.—Cbemues, Nights, J Knickers, all richly trimmed with Embroidery, Seal Lace, Frilling.eto. ALSO, magnificent range Ladies’ and Children’s Ulsters, in newest materials, trimmed with Real Fox, Beaver, ond Skunk. DRESSMAKING under experienced management First-class Style and Good Fit guaranteed; lowest possible prices. Mrs Gill. "VTEW Quarterly Divisions Family Reader, 1h( Something to Read, April Family Herald, Family Reader, etc. Smithwaite’s Arcade. WE are Cash Buyers of Kabbitekins in any quantity. Arthur M‘Donald and Co., Bond street. UTMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianrs. Chall nge Piano Depdt, 103 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. ROAST Beef from 2d lb ; Corned and Boiling from l£dlb; excellent quality. Fuke, butcher, George street. fLLI AM P ATRICTL 200 PrirWstrTet, can now supply the public with Merino Wethers, < f exceptional quality, bred and grazed by John M'Lean, Eg ,of Kedcast'e. ■JVIEL'S (newest shape*), Chip Hats and tJ Bonnets, Plush Hats. Straw’ Hats, from 7s 6d, 10s Gd, ,12s Gd, 15s 6d. Should you prefer a comfortable, durab’e, becoming Hat or Bonnet, be sure you tuy at 9 Princes street. H. and B. Brownlie. DON’T Forget Little Dust Pan. Absolute Sale still continues. Premises To Let Genuine Bargains now offering. SILVER and Electro-plated Wedding and Bi-thday Presents; discount 20 per cent. Frank Ilyam*. M ‘DEATH'S Stock.—Final clearing; every line must be sold at any price. BALANCE of Dress Tweeds, French Cashmeres, Flannelettes are to go at any price. lADIBS’ Millinery, Bonnets, and Hats,— J New Goods at one fourth of tho ordinary price. A FEW Lad es’ Co sits and balance of Underclothing ; well worth seeing. AFbW l adies’ Wool Squares and Wraps, very cheap, Balance of Ladies’ Jackets tnd Ulsters clearing fast. OpHE whole stock of Ribbons, Gloves Laces, I Trimmings, Dr as Button*, and Haberdashery at nominal prices. 20 Dozen Girls’Black and Colored Cashmere Hose at lees than half usual prices. BLACK and Colored Velvetems, must be sold. Blankets, Flannels, and Bed Quilts at prices that must clear, M“Death’s Final Clearing, George street. EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys.—Splendid variety; 7s 6d to 50a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. REMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union Company, give highest prices for Rabbitskins in largo and email quantities. MONEY at low rate of interest, personal or other security. R. Francis (upstairs), next Athenaeum, TB. PARTRIDGE (from Stegg and ManJ« tie’s, London) has now on show all the latest Styles in Autumn Millinery, Wings, Ribbons, etc.; Ostrich Feathers Curled and Dyed to any shade, equal to new. DRESSMAKING on the premises ; good fit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. All goods of the beat quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. Dav'd and Oumbcilan<l Htrcctß* JAMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler •, Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. THOUSANDS of New School Books just opened; Exercko Books and School Requisites cheaper than ever. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company—For special bargains in Children's School Boots ; wear guaranteed. PUBLIC Benefit B ot Company—Grand value in Ladies’ Balmora's, Walking -hoes, and Elastic Sides See them. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company—For superior wear in Men’s Oookhrms, Balmorals, or Shoes ; our own make. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company guarantee the best value in foot wear in the City. B. B. Ingram, manager. THE Remnant House, 29 George ttreot. W. A. Smith, late with Fyfo and Cuming. C CHEAPEST House in Town for Dres* > Materials,—Good heavy Tweed from 7s fid dozen. See this. EMNANT HOUSE,-A Job Line of Wings and Birds clearing at half-price. You should see tbeve. REMNANT HOUSE for Hinkcts Calicoes, Sheetings, Forfarg, Holland. l ’, Cretonne?, Flannels, Curtains, Corsets, Underclothing, Hosiery, Gloves, etc. WaNT~HOUSB for Men’s Shirt?, Pants, Vests, Sox, Ties, etc. Few cheap Sample Curtains; beautiful patterns. DON’T Forget Little Dust Pan. Absolute Sale still continues. Piemiees To Let. Genuine Bargains now offering. __ MRS LANGLAND, Dressmaker, Albany street, 2 doors from George street; style and fit guaranteed; charges moderate. r lTiO-MORROW (Saturday) and Following 8 Lays we shall show large quantity of best Colonial Blankets; grrat reductions from uiual price*. A. snd T. Inglis. I BEG TO NOTIFY that I have taken my Son, A B. MEYFB, into ray Business as from Ist Jure. 18S9, and our signature will be in future 11. W. MEYER AND RON. Collectors of Debts, Book Debts, Rents, Subscriptions, Tradesmen’s Books Post' d Up, House Agents. HOUSES TO LET. In Passage neatly opposite Criterion Hotel. TO LET, DAIRY FARM, Otago Peninsula. Tenders will be received by the undersigned until Tuesday next for Lease of Grant’s Braes and Waverley -about 140 acres, with Stone Dwelling House and Cow Byre. Cattle and horses found trespassing on tho above properties will be impounded, and the owners thereof will be prosecuted. SMITH, CHAPMAN, SINCLAIR, AND WHITE, Solicitors, Liverpool street. Yyr E CAN’T BE BEATEN. SPLENDID STOCK WINTER BOOTS. Determined to Keep Goo^Name. I Women’s Kid Elastics fis 3d, Leather 7s fid ; Leather Balmorals, fig lid; Felt Slippers, Is lid; Kid Walking shoes, 6s 9d; Evening Shoes, 4i lid. Men’s splendid Balmorals, 9s fid; Elastics, 9s fid; Bluchers, 5 ■ lid. Boys’ and GirL’ at prices that will astonish you. NORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT, King street, corner Union street, opposite school.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889
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